February 7, 2023

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Petr Cech is not sure if Chelsea can finish the season

Petr Cech is not sure if Chelsea can finish the season

“We have to admit that we are moving day by day because things are not in our hands,” the former Blues goalkeeper said on the sidelines of the match against Newcastle, where he is in third place.

Chelsea are seeking to ease the conditions set by the British government to continue its operations on Thursday. The Club is not entitled to any restrictions on the sale of new tickets or merchandise and all proceeds from the TV rights or the rewards of the matches in which it participates will be disabled. Players are barred from signing or renewing contracts, as well as raising fears that the money will run out quickly when they go abroad.

In an interview with Sky Sports, Czech pointed out, “Discussions are ongoing so we can work to allow the season to end,” added the player who defended the team’s colors between 2004 and 2015, adding, “I think for us, everyone involved in the Premier League is sure Will help. “

German coach Thomas Toussaint also admitted that he had “received no guarantee” from the club’s management. In this regard, he said: “I think you should not trust anyone who guarantees you, because no one knows what will happen.”

“You have to be flexible. The situation is insane enough that everything turns upside down overnight.”

On Saturday, the league took action against Abramovich.

Abramovich won 19 titles during his reign, announcing he would sell the club he had bought in 2003.

The government is still open to the sale, but the club, which has funded the club for about two billion dollars, will have to agree to a new license, with no profit to be made.

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